News of Note—C3DNA, Openreach’s dark fiber, Mozilla and more

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> C3DNA, a cognitive computing and communications company, appointed Max Michaels as its president and CEO and also elected him to its board. Release

> Having a home security system that can be controlled or monitored through a smartphone is appealing to 28% of U.S. broadband households currently without a security system, Parks Associates reports. MediaPost article

> Openreach has launched a new high-bandwidth managed service that enables wholesale service provider customers to operate private data connections using what it calls virtual dark fiber. Telecompaper article

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> In its 2018 Internet Health Report, the Mozilla Foundation cited consolidation of power as a concerning issue. Ars Technica article

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